How to Replace Front ABS Wheel Speed Sensor 06-11 Honda Civic

How to Replace Front ABS Wheel Speed Sensor 06-11 Honda Civic

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1A Auto shows you how to remove, install, change or replace a rusted or defective ABS wheel speed sensor. This video is applicable to the 06, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11 Honda Civic

🔧 List of tools used:
• Flat Blade Screwdriver
• 10mm Socket
• Needle nose pliers
• Needle nose pliers
• Ratchet
• Socket Extensions
• Rust Penetrant

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Martin Almonte says:

Always thankful for your videos

Lali A says:

Quick question so what if my abs harness is burned with the switch?

Tyler B says:

Tips: If sensor gets stuck in knuckle, either drill it out with a drill bit or spray it with lubricant and pry it out with some pliers

Also if you can’t get the new sensor to go into the knuckle, it’s due to all the corrosion from the old sensor blocking it’s path. Use something tiny to scrape the edges(drill bit or awl)

Tyler B says:

Used this guide for my 12-15 civic si and it was pretty much identical except for an extra plastic clip

alan Chanthavisouk says:

When abs wheel speed sensor fail. Does vsc light come on?

ChrisMatthewOfficial says:

You forgot to mention the part where the old sensor snaps clean off in the rotor assembly

Gelu Gelu says:

Salut, știți cumva valoarea standard a rezistenței senzorilor ABS la o honda civic hybrid an 2007?Mersi

squalo says:

When I change one sensor and delete the code, I get the same code on different wheel. And when I change the other one same happens on another wheel. How is that even possible? Code is open circuit abs speed sensor. Always the same

Marc Cometa says:

Is it possible to upgrade your non-ABS Civic-06 and install an ABS?

Allison Smith says:

Hi! Thank you for the video. Will these directions work for a 2016 Honda Civic?

Dvohio says:

Is this the same for a 2015 civic ?

Anonymous 911 says:

How do you know which ones is faulty

H P says:

have no idea how you removed it. its stuck always

Ahmed F. says:

hi there. I have a weird sound that happens for a half of second that I cannot figure out where it comes from. but along with the sound I can feel a slight vibration on the brake pedal as well. would please take a look at the video I made. any ideas about the situation..? does it com from ABS sensor?

The Cordless Carpenter says:

Thanks for the video! I replaced the 2 front ABS sensors because the broke off the knuckle when doing some other front end maintenance but now both my brake light and ABS light on the dash stay lit (they were not lit before I replaced the ABS sensors and the only other parts replaced were hard parts). How do you reset the indicators after replacement?

Lostboylbc says:

Is this the same on a Honda CR-Z 2011

Robertson Lasala says:

Is there a left and right or its the same

dee slow Booker says:

Can someone show me how to replace a shift speed on a honda civic

Vermz Verm says:

Is the cable different for the left and right side ?

PHxNiteRider says:

Comes right out? Not in this world!

Dan Dwayne Brown says:

Do you need to change all 4 sensors every time you change the brakes?

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